Friday, September 30, 2022

Coen by Sawyer Bennett Release Blitz

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Coen Highsmith was a league star, but he lost more than his team the day the Pittsburgh Titans’ plane crashed. Can he be saved from his downward spiral of guilt and regret to become the man he once was?

I had it all—a successful hockey career, the respect and adoration of the fans, a rotation of beautiful women warming my bed, and a feeling of self-worth and contentment with the direction of my life. But that all changed the day the team plane went down, taking my only chance of redemption with it. Now I’m left with the daily reminder of all my failures and my inability to correct them.

My new teammates are tired of my attitude and following my suspension, I hole up in a mountain cabin to get away from all of it. The isolation is exactly what I need to get out of my own head, and I’m beginning to think I could be content in this quiet forever.

Tillie Marshall isn’t the type of woman who would usually catch my attention, yet she manages to do so for all the wrong reasons. I’m here for the peace and seclusion but the quirky artist is hell-bent on destroying that by cutting down the trees that separate our properties so she can open a pottery studio. If it’s a fight she wants, it’s a fight she’ll get. I have the money and the time and no issues bringing her down through the court system. While I see flashes of steely determination within her, I’ve found that being a jerk comes naturally these days and she won’t be hard to intimidate.

Unfortunately, that gorgeous and somewhat odd neighbor who has been causing me grief is creating another type of feeling within me. And once that spark is lit, Tillie displays a faith in me that for the first time since the crash I desperately want to believe. Now it’s time for me to step up and become the man—no, a better man than I once was.

Don’t miss our reviews of the rest of the Pittsburgh Titans series!
For book one, Baden, click HERE.
For book two, Stone, click HERE.
For book three, Gage, click HERE.


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Coen by Sawyer Bennett

Book 4
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My name is Tilden. Tillie to my friends, but you don’t qualify. So, it’s Tilden or Ms. Marshall, but it’s not lady. That’s rude.



Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

This is one of the stories I have waited on, Coen was one of the three who were not on the fatal flight where all of the Pittsburgh Titans team died. Now he is left with guilt and turmoil that has left him feeling despair, dragging him down a rabbit hole that he did not know if he deserved to be rescued from.

Tillis is the new neighbor he literally runs into on one of the trails and soon he learns that she wants to remove some trees to make a road and destroy part of his peaceful haven. What he doesn't realize is Tillie, those trees, and a woodland creature might save him from himself and the hell he has decided he belongs.

While this story is heartbreaking, it is also filled with emotions that will have you laughing and crying because this author knows how to pull at your heartstrings. Once I started reading, I did not want to stop. I cannot wait to read the next one, bring on Drake.

Mary Jo☆☆☆☆
Coen Highsmith has struggled since the plane crash that took the lives of his best friends and members of the Pittsburgh Titans hockey team. His anger issues have gotten him suspended from the team and thanks to his friend Stone, Coen has found peace at his late brother's cabin in the Pennsylvania woods.

The longer he's there, the more Coen is able to heal, to start to come to terms with the plane crash and the loss of his friends. His only problem is that he's carrying a hurt so deep that he's unable to forgive himself for betraying one of his friends. His inability to make things right makes Coen believe he's not worthy of being on team or playing hockey.

Things begin to change for Coen when his new neighbor, Tillie Marshall, moves in next door. Tillie has the ability to see through Coen's BS and go toe-to-toe with him over the most trivial of things. The only real problem is that Tillie wants to cut down the trees between their properties. Coen doesn't want the trees cut down – he needs his privacy.

As Tillie learns more about Coen and the issues that he has faced since the plane crash, she can't help but fall for the man behind the gruff exterior.

All that may be moot if Coen can't face his demons surrounding the crash or his overwhelming guilt he feels for being unable to right a wrong.

Sawyer Bennett has done an amazing job of creating the world of the Pittsburgh Titans and I can't wait to read the next installment.

This is the fourth book in the series, and it is really the one that we have been waiting for... Coen has been impossible to deal with ever since the crash, but finally he gets his chance to both redeem himself from his bad behaviour and recover from the pain of not being on that flight.

Coen has been spiralling for months and finally has decided to hide away in the mountains. He is in avoidance mode, but it is safer than previous options. He is staying fit, but not expecting to ever play hockey again.

Then he meets his new neighbour, Tillie. She is the light to his dark, and yet she too has suffered loss, and has a completely different way to look at the future. Unfortunately, when her plans include removing some trees between their properties, they are at loggerheads. The legal complications notwithstanding, these two are attracted to each other big time. It is lovely to see Coen facing his demons and finally we find out just why he has been so very difficult since the crash.

I loved the openness of Tillie and how she brings Coen back to life – it was a pleasure to read from the very first page. I was convinced that he just needed a chance, and thankfully, Sawyer Bennett knew just how to write his perfect story.

Avid Reader☆☆☆☆
M/F Romance

Tillie is a dreamer. She's a dreamer with a down-to-earth outlook on life. With the death of her parents, her love of the arts, and great friends, she knows where she wants to go and how she's going to get there.

Coen is trying to figure out how to move forward after the death of his best friends. With extra guilt hanging over him, Coen is drowning in guilt. Coen knows that leaving hockey behind won't be easy. Now that he's bought a cabin, Coen is starting to gain more perspective on the world and his life.

When Tillie and Coen clash over some trees that separate their land, both will stop at nothing to get the other to agree to terms. Tillie is hilarious with her attempts and Coen is just downright broody. These two are very different, and yet, opposites attract.

It's a fun story of finding yourself, forgiveness, love, and friendship. It was well done with strong characters all around. You won't be disappointed.



“Holy fuck. You’ve got a chipmunk on you.”     “This is Chip. We’re buddies.”     “I’m texting this to the team right now.”


Author Bio

Sawyer Bennett. New York Times Bestselling Author.

New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author SAWYER BENNETT uses real life experience to create relatable stories that appeal to a wide array of readers. From contemporary romance, fantasy romance, and both women’s and general fiction, Sawyer writes something for just about everyone.

A former trial lawyer from North Carolina, when she is not bringing fiction to life, Sawyer is a chauffeur, stylist, chef, maid, and personal assistant to her very adorable daughter, as well as full-time servant to her wonderfully naughty dogs.

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Sawyer also writes general and women’s fiction under the pen name S. Bennett and sweet romance under the name Juliette Poe.

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I can’t look at Tillie without wanting to touch her. Mostly kiss her. I’ve never enjoyed the act of kissing as much as I do with her.

Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of Coen (Pittsburgh Titans #4) by Sawyer Bennett to read and review.

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